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Samsung Omnia 7 Hands On [Video]

Samsung Omnia 7 Hands On [Video]

With all the press releases and announcements, it's about time we got some hands on time with the handsets being shown off this morning (or afternoon, for those in Europe). The first handset on deck is Samsung's offering for the region, the Omnia 7. Featuring Microsoft's upcoming Windows Phone 7 mobile Operating System, and touting the same high-end internals as all the other devices set to launch soon enough, the Omnia 7 has one distinct feature: that Super AMOLED display.

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Samsung Omnia 7 Packs Windows Phone 7, Poses for Photo

Samsung Omnia 7 Packs Windows Phone 7, Poses for Photo

By now, Samsung's early devotion to Microsoft's upcoming mobile Operating System, Windows Phone 7, is pretty apparent. This time around, we've got the Omnia 7 posing for a photo, showcasing the calendar view within Windows Phone 7. Unfortunately, there's not a lot of information on the device in question, and there are some people who believe that it could be the Samsung GT-i8700 that recently broke cover, posing for another round of photos.

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Samsung Omnia Pro 4 and Pro 5 prolong the WinMo agony

Samsung Omnia Pro 4 and Pro 5 prolong the WinMo agony

Samsung's final new phones for today pick up the not-long-for-this-world Windows Mobile 6.5 OS, with the Samsung Omnia Pro 4 B7350 and Samsung Omnia Pro 5 B6520 each toting full QWERTY keyboards and, on the Pro 4, a touchscreen too.  The Omnia Pro 4 has dualband (900/2100) 3G, a 2.62-inch 320 x 320 touchscreen and a 3.2-megapixel autofocus camera, while the Omnia Pro 5 has triband (900/1900/2100) 3G, a 2.4-inch 320 x 240 display and a 2-megapixel camera.

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Samsung Omnia II hitting Verizon December 2nd

Samsung Omnia II hitting Verizon December 2nd

It comes as little surprise, given that we knew a release date from sneak-peaks into the carrier's own systems last week, but Verizon have officially announced that the Samsung Omnia II will drop come December 2nd.  The Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphone will be priced at $199.99 (after a wretched $100 mail-in rebate) presuming a new two-year agreement, which nets you a 3.7-inch AMOLED WVGA touchscreen, EVDO Rev.A, WiFi b/g and a 5-megapixel camera.

There's also Samsung's "3D cube" UI, which we're still less than convinced by, together with Bluetooth and a microSD card slot; Samsung also gave the Omnia II its own 8GB of internal storage.  The usual Verizon app suspects are on-board, which includes V CAST Music, Rhapsody support, V CAST Video-on-Demand, V CAST Song ID, visual voicemail, VZW Tones and VZ Navigator.

Perhaps more interestingly, given that screen, is the support for DivX and Xvid video files, meaning the Omnia II might make for a decent PMP replacement.  So, anybody thinking of picking up this touchscreen Windows Phone as an early Christmas present?

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